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Q&A with 40th Round Pick Ted Serro

Serro is considered a late-round sleeper

The Toronto Blue Jays selected pitcher Ted Serro in the 40th Round of the 2006 draft this week. Serro, coming out of a small school and division, is considered to be one of those late round sleeper picks. Find out what pitches the right-hander throws, why he views himself similar to Roy Oswalt, and why he was hoping to be drafted by Toronto.

InsideTheDome: Basically, your thoughts on being selected by the Blue Jays and what were your emotions on draft day? Ted Serro: Being selected by the Blue Jays has been my greatest baseball achievement to date. I'm glad that it was with the Blue Jays as well. Every scout that I talked with in the organization was always straightforward and honest with me, giving any information to me... Recommended Stories

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